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James Sherren - bibliography

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English surgeon, born 1872, Weumouth; died 1945.


  • Harold Leslie Barnard and James Sheerren (editor:
    Contributions to abdominal surgery, by the late Harold Leslie Barnard; edited by James Sherren. London : E. Arnold, 1910. 391 pages. Sir Henry Head, William Halse Rivers and James Sherren:
    The afferent nervous system from a new aspect. Brain, London, 1905, 28: 99-115.
  • Sir Henry Head and James Sherren:
    The consequence of injury to the peripheral nerves in man.
    Brain, London, 1905, 28: 116-138.

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